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's swearing in ceremony. it turned to the guy leading the oath of office. that would be bill clinton as his wife hillary looked on from feet away. in "the washington post," it isn't often that the swearing in of a new mayor of new york draws national television attention, but then it isn't every day you see a mayor sworn in with a former president of the united states and prospective presidential candidate on stage. are does the energy of the populist move go from here? michael tomaski is with the daily beast. michael, tayemy in the times today said until recently this was a love fest that was one sided. the cynics among us want to know what accounts for all of the love among de blasio and the clintons right now? >> well, i think they're mutually useful to each other. i think they like each other. de blasio did work on her first senate campaign in 2000. there's a lot of debate about what his role was, but he worked hard on that campaign. i think she came away from that campaign with good feelings about him. but there is no question the clintons accepted this role -- bill clinton accepted th
complex than we realized. this will remain an issue not just in 2014 if hillary clinton runs for president to the 2016 elections. >> since you bring that up, i will play a sound byte and let you all respond to it. take a listen. >> some people suggested this is trying to clear the deck for hillary clinton in 2016. >> i don't know, but there is a roll out of stories that susan rice will have a direct discussion with the ongoing investigation. >> do you think that is attack? >> i find the timing odd. i don't want to speculate. >> david and mike rogers questioning the timing. how does this play in 2016 if hillary clinton decides to run? does it change the narrative for her? >> i don't think it changes dramatically? it won't change the dynamic which is the blame game. it shows how much the system is serving us so badly in washington. it is all points and all them saying hillary clinton is the person responsible. they made huge mistakes and no republicans and no word if petraeus is being held accountable. there were problems. the state department did not provide resources there and secretary ke
to new york city where bill clinton is about to do the ceremonial swear-in of the new mayor. bill deblasio. >> i congratulate public advocate james and comptroller stringer. i thank all of the people who are here. i'm not sure we introduced one of our guests, but i want to say i'm grateful that the governor and first lady of puerto rico us what's special about new ds york. i was so honored when mayor deblasio asked me to preside over the ceremonial swearing in. as the 109th mayor of new york, he has a job that is older than our republic itself. in a city that is most famous for its commitment to remain forever young. it is no accident that somebody somewhere along the line decided that cold or not, a new beginning should always be made in the new year. it's been a great joy for hillary and me to see the mayor's progress because he worked in my administration with governor cuomo and senator gillibrand and hud, because he managed hillary's first remarkable campaign for the u.s. senate, because he has served with such passion, and because he represents with his family the future of our
's largest city in two decades. former president bill clinton is actually going to administer the oath of office. our susan candiotti and john avlon, political analyst, joining us from new york. it is a big day for a lot of folks. a lot of folks are watching this for a number of reasons. he took the official oath just after midnight. it was interesting to watch this right outside his brooklyn home. susan, the pictures last night when you see it, it really paints the picture here of minutes after midnight just outside the park slope brooklyn home there with his wife by his side, his son dante is in jeans, daughter chiara in her festive party hat it says folksy and informal. how is this hour going to look a little different? >> i think everyone's looking forward to him being a self-proclaimed populist mayor for the first time, a democrat in the office for more than 20 years. and again, making that initial appearance, the private swearing in ceremony on the street outside his home in brooklyn. and now, we're about to see the huge public swearing in by none other than former president bill
, reagan spoke of a confederation of terrorist states. it was the clinton administration, however, that made rogue regime part of washington's lexicon. when the defense secretary left aspen unvails proliferation initiatives in december 1993, he warned that the new nuclear danger we face is perhaps a handful of nuclear devices in the hands of rogue states or even terrorist groups. speaking in 1994 to politicians in brussels, clinton, himself, described iran and libya as rogue states. sec tear of state kris tosser rougherred to iran and iraq as rogue regimes in an address at georgetown university later that same year. in each case, the clinton administration focused more on rogues towards the yaits than the danger of rogue leaders posed to their own people. saddam hussein was a rogue leader pursuing nuclear weaponry and invaded kuwait. he was not a rogue because he gasessedded kurds and massacred shiites. tony lake, clinton's national security adviser, thought to define the concept, we've been together all parallelled definition using the term "backlash," the concept was the same. t
clinton said that it was the crown jewel in the federal penitentiary system and president obama said that one of the mistakes he made in his first term was failing to break out of the white house and moved around the country as much as he should have and now he is trying to change that so we had this problem and presidents recognized it was an adviser to johnson 40 or 45 years ago and he said the biggest problem coming from the presidency was being isolated from reality. and i think if anything it has gotten worse since then because of many of the factors that i'm about to talk about. some of them are positive from the president's day to day life and has a tremendous spurt of office. there's a giant white house staff that's there to do whatever the president wants and there's about 132 household staff members in addition to the political staff. there's camp david at the retreat at air force one and i wrote a book about air force one and i can tell you that of the president might have heard that is the thing they always say they missed the most of the flying white house. having travel
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a bold new agenda for new york city. what are of the clintons appearing there. bill clinton swore him in. appearing to embrace his message. and they vowed until death do us part. but something came first. the wife who spent three-quarters of a million on the girlfriend. >>> from the world headquarters of fox news it's "the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> tonight a tale of love that went a little wrong. steven and candice met in 2010, got married in 2011. soon after the wedding steven started disappearing for long periods of time with no ex pla nation. that's the first clue something is amiss. they allege he later said it was because he had a gambling problem and owed money to the mob. he convinced his wife to dip into her trust fund to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay it, she allege this is the court complaint. when steven went missing again for further periods of time candice hired a p.i. who reportedly caught him with with another woman. now she's suing to get the money back plus $10 million in damages. that's not all. joining me, the host of "judge alex t" t and a
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impact hillary clinton's run in 2016. >> majority white supremacy culture. >> race baiters attack a&e for allowing "duck dynasty" patriarch phil robertson back on the show. we will take a look at the decision and the fallout. >> it it is over with. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, and the factor begins right now. >>> hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. let's get to the top story over the weekend. "new york times" published an extensive investigation into last year's terrorist attack in benghazi. four americans dead and left two ambassador libya christopher stephens. there is just no chance that this was an al qaeda attack if by divide you mean the organization founded by usama bin laden. this is a group of men inspired by video deliberately attacked the compound. >> well, those claims directly contradict what congress has said about the attack. and joining me now to explain is congressman mike rogers, a republican from michigan and he is chairman of the house intelligence committee. congressman, there is not a lot t
. in direct contrast, from the second in command. telling congress that he personally informed hillary clinton that the video was a nonevent in libya in the attack was a coordinated terrorist attack. in endorsing the assertions despite the evidence directly found. >> it's just common sense. you can see the protests. the video was clearly being used by extremist as extremists as some sort of rallying cry against the united states. >> these folks don't carry id cards and we know someone that they have taken, this includes inspiration from al qaeda ideology, certainly. that is what the investigation is looking at right now. lori: multiple sources confirming that the homeland security committee that the attacks were planned in the libyan terror group that is believed to be an offshoot of al qaeda. and tonight we will answer why after nearly 16 months "the new york times" decided to print the story. some critics suggesting that it's an effort to protect the president's legacy from the multiple claims and retractions they came out of the white house in the months after the attack. and others claimin
. >>> now we'll move to hillary clinton and former president bill clinton. they seem to hava i progressive shift in the democratic party. they were front and center as he swore in bill de blasio yesterday. he also, worked under bill clinton in the housing and urban development office. the central theme of his campaign was a very progressive message, a tale of two cities and income inequality. >> we are called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love. our march towards a fairer, more just, more progressive place. our march to keep the promise of new york alive for the next generation. it begins today. >> president clinton embraced that message with his wife watching. >> i strongly endorse bill de blasio's core campaign commitment that we have to have a city of shared opportunities, shared prosperity, shared responsibilities. we are interdependent. look around. we can't get away from each other. we have to define the terms of our dependence. >> and hillary clinton tweeted this picture saying, quote, so pleased and proud to see mayor bill did
dana, let's talk about this. there is a gallop poll out talking before obama, clinton, most admired in 2013, did these numbers surprise you in terms of popularity and admiration given the tumultuous year obama had. >> president obama and secretary clinton are known the most, the one in the news the most. i would imagine that democrats find it hard to believe that george w. bush is second on the list. but it is people who are in the news and in your conscious so i wasn't that surprised that he would be on that list. >> but as president bush is in there, but time will tell. he's still reading books about the first president as he is known to -- >> i'm shocked that bill o'reilly was not at the top of the list. he's been at the top of every list this year. it astaunds me. that is one of the sloppiest polls i've seen in a long time. ron paul, the 8th most admired person, i have no idea how that is possible. the error was plus or minus four, so ron paul was more admired than the pope francis, i just don't get that. >> i want to say how amazed i am that you did your kiss- -- up to o'reilly
elections. might be dominated by things more like the economy and obamacare. nevertheless, mrs. clinton needs this to go away, does she not? this could be a problem for her? >> i don't want to speculate. i just am shocked that it a major newspaper in the united states would have the same talking pointed that the administration had the day after the event. if you recall, i was on this they okay the same time that susan rice was on the 12th saying hey, clhis was an organized, if not al qaeda. >> five sunday shows. >> exactly. i was on the same show theakd. would and that narrative never changed. >> the video, that obscure little video was at the center of this attack and that was reported again in the "new york times," the conclusion was that video kind of fueled the attack that night in benghazi. but, wasn't it the case that catherine herridge reviewed and fox news did the report, catherine filed it that all these social media posts that were examined, i think it was about 4,000 showed no mention of that video until the day after the benghazi attack. so, again, i'm not following the "new
's a gallop poll out talking about obama, clinton, most admired in 2013. did these numbers surprise you h in terms of popularity, admiration, given the year the president has had? >> i actually think that this poll, because it's open ended, they just ask who do you admireo most? president obama and secretary clinton are the two you know thh most. they're the onesm in the news tt most. i would imagine that democrats find it hard to believe that george w. bush is second on the list.t it but it's people in the news and in your consciousness.t so, no, i wasn't that surprised he would be on that list. p >> but remember as president bush said history will tell. time will tell. he is still reading books about the first thpresident. >> i'm shocked that bill o'reilly was not at the top of the list.m it just astounds me. but this is one of the sloppiese polls i've seen in a long time. ron paul, the 8th most admired man in america. i have no idea how that is possible. this margin of error was plus or minus four. so statistically speaking ron paul was more admired than the pope. i just don't get th
of power. >> and it is interesting to watch, though, the clinton-deblasio dance that's happening. the question really becomes sort of who needs you more. you have bill clinton who his wife may run for president. that would mean that you want to have the left wing of the party with her and wouldn't want another challenger like obama was in 2008. but at the same time, you know, if she strays too far, i guess, into the world of bill deblasio, she risks upsetting potential allies on wall street. >> that's exactly right. the tone of the deblasio inauguration was more jarring and combative than would typically have at an inauguration. i can see why that would be concerning for the clintons to want to the get too close to that. i think that they never politically -- i think they want to -- make their peace with the liberal critique of inequality in the economy. i think that's legitimately part of their plat form and the kind of thing they would address as president. it is the kind of thing bill clinton did address as president when bill clinton was president and in the '90s they did --
not sure, a new report shows it's not a question of if, but how hillary clinton will run for president. and if a potential republican opponent writes how the gop can write its course. >>> plus, team cold hits a big chunk of the country, and what's causing the depp freeze? good morning from washington, it's monday, january 6, 2013, and this is the "daily rundown," i'm luke russert in for chuck todd. and there's a lot to get to, including liz cheney's decision to drop her bid for the u.s. senate in wyoming. we begin in iraq with scenes that will give war-weary americans to flashbacks a decade ago. there is new fighting in fallujah, ramadi, where al qaeda has seized control. more than 1,300 americans died in the province during the iraq war. most notably, during bloody battles in fallujah in 2004 and ramadi two years later. secretary of state john kerry says despite those sacrifice, the u.s. military will not return to iraq. >> this is a fight that belongs to the iraqis. that is exactly what the president and the world decided sometime ago when we left iraq. so we are not obviously contem
on for 20 years, through clinton, bush, obama, the lower 80% of wage earners have not seen a real wage increase for 20 years. this is not a republican or democrat problem, but an american problem. >>> fair enough. joins, is hullry rosen, and kevin madden. governor, as our guest host, your first question. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >>> republicans are always talking about tax cuts and this will always be trickle down the truth is these have been tried for a long time, neither terribly successful. it occurs to me it may not be possible for a republican solution to work. >> well, look, again i think those are two very different way toss describe what i think is a more substantive world view, but i think one of the interesting points that was brought up in the introduction is this idea of blame. i think that's where this issue is going to break down politically this year, which is the idea that democrats are always looking to blame somebody in order to achieve some sort of better leverage in short-term economic -- i'm sorry, short-term political game. i think republicans have put tog
with bill clinton by his side, bill deblasio confronts inequality. >> 36 governor's races and dozens of competitive contests in the u.s. house. it's thursday, january 2nd, happy new year. i'm in for chuck todd. we will bring you a new year's resolution for the passengers stranded in the antarctic and former first lady barbara bush who is hospitalized in texas. the winter storm that is expected to bring snow and bitter temperatures from iowa through new england. it started falling in chicago and the 600 flights were canceled with millions plunging into a deep freeze. bill joins us now with the storm forecast. what is the latest? >> new information from the models and everything looks on track. the snowfall totals and the biggest question marks remain in the philadelphia and new york city areas, but we will get hit in the area as we go into tomorrow. let me take you through the morning. all right about two to four inches from binghamton. look how cold and snowy. it's rare to get a snowstorm with 1 degree temperatures. it's happening today. boston about 20 and an inch on the ground. as
that progressive democratic movement that seems to be pushing the party, which clinton and everybody else to a certain direction, can that meet in the middle of all the people who are rising up around the country, demanding change? that's where we he'll see the dynamic. >> so this notion of the people rising up, this is in part why i wanted to put my finger on the idea that the most effective in terms of organizational capacity and in terms of impacting our government populist movement has not been progressive but conservative. we really have been the tea party since 2009 and when i think about populism occurring in louisiana, new orleans now, it's not huey long populism but tea party populism. >> and that strain, just as the populist progressive strain is pushi ining democrats to the le the pob you list, tea party strain is pushing the republican party to the right. what i think is going to be interesting, if you start seeing in louisiana, north carolina, and so forth is whether those strains will actually start -- because those are carbon monoxide of the state where is you might see --
mayor of new york city was sworn into office by former president bill clinton. he spoke about a fresh start to new york city, bringing a progressive message to the democratic party. >> we recognize government's first duties, our city's government first responsibilities to keep our neighborhoods safe, to keep our streets clean, ensure that those who live here and those who visit can get where they need to go in every borough. but we know that our mission reaches deeper. we're called to put an end to economic and social inequalities that threaten to unravel the city we love. our march towards a fairer, more just, more progressive place. our march to keep the promise of new york alive for the next generation. it begins today. >> de blasio's election and the popularity of senator elizabeth warren hints avenue direction for the democratic party. suggesting how progressive ideals may play a larger role in the next presidential election and with his wife in the stands, president clinton embraced the progressive shift. >> i strongly endorse bill de blasio's core campaign commitment that we ha
that's going to be at the top of the democrats' agenda. hillary clinton tweeted i was proud ten years ago to begin working on boip efforts to save unemployment inshierns. let's do it again quickly this year. is this hillary clinton making sure she's waving the populist flag as some of the liberals are looking at her going ah. >> it's so disappointing to me that the idea of making sure that people are able to eat and take care of their families is either a democrat eic effort or republican one. it seems to me fas thas if this american issue. and when you look at the economic charts about buying power versus inflation. this isn't, this should not be a politicized issue. it should just be a common sense issue. and what hillary clinton's tweet says to me is that she at least recognizes and believes that the rest of congress recognizes that you can't kick people when they're down. government is there to help people get back on their feet, not keep them on their feet, but help them get on their feet. the fact that this is politicized, we have hungry children in this country is so disappoint
de blasio, former president bill clinton praised this focus on fairness. >> this inequality problem bedevils the entire country. and i can tell you from my work, much of the world. but it is not just a moral outrage, it is a horrible constraint on economic growth and on giving people the security we need. we cannot go forward if we don't do it together. >> that focus on creating an economy built for everyone is being felt all over the country. 13 states raised their minimum wage yesterday. that means a pay raise for nearly 2.5 million low-income americans. and now the president and democrats are ramping up pressure on the issue as well. making it a key focus of the 2014 election. in washington, strong progressives like senator elizabeth warren are voicing the concerns that americans have felt for far too long. >> there is nobody in this country who got rich on his own. nobody. we need a strong cop on the beat to make sure no one steals your purse on main street or your pension on wall street. wall street ceos, the same ones who wrecked our economy and zro destroyed millions of jobs
along with bill clinton, who swore in de blasio yesterday. he worked for the clinton administration, managed hillary's 2000 run for senate. now we're in this era of democratic politics and de blasio, and elizabeth warren and jerry brown. is hillary clinton going to be able to get the de blasio democrats on her side should she ever need them? >> well, bill de blasio worked as you know for both bill clinton and hillary clinton. i worked with bill when we were on hillary clinton's first senate campaign in 1999 and 2000, then bill de blasio, now mayor de blasio, and there is a long history of friendship and mutual respect between secretary clinton and mayor de blasio, and it's i think very appropriate that the clintons were there yesterday. they have really become a part of new york's fabric, a part of our civic life, and they wanted to show their support for the new mayor. they were both very supportive of mayor bloomberg. we did a lot of work with both clintons during the last 12 years and i suspect that the clintons will have and maintain an excellent relationship with mayor de blasi
is a non-starter with everyone now in washington. i mean, look back, you know, my old boss, bill clinton, right? i mean, he in the second term especially made a lot of deals with newt gingrich. >> he was great. he looks better and better every day to me. >> i know that you're a secret clinton -- >> i'm a secret clinton admirer. not so secret. >> but look, it's become impossible to do any kind of deal in washington because the extreme right in the republican party, the tea party folks, have taken the moderates, the reasonable people in the republican party hostage. i mean, the speaker would like to do a deal on immigration, but john boehner is not going to get -- i mean, look what happened to marco rubio when he tried to do something on immigration. he got crucified, right? so how are the republicans -- i mean, you could get obama to do any number of deals on immigration. immigration is a great example. i mean, he wants a deal on immigration. >> harwood tells -- >> he wants to deliver a deal on immigration. >> harwood tells a story in this column about bill bradley sitting down with al si
is not december decimated. after the presidential contest now the attention turned to hillary clinton, secretary of state, when it comes to 2016. but whether or not benghazi is going to be a front burner issue three years from now if hillary clinton runs remains to be seen. i would argue we're going to see many more issues between now and then, particularly issues on the campaign trail. >> i want to bring that back up but i want to play a bite from daryl issa again. when asked if this is good cover for hillary clinton because she came under intense criticism. take a look at his response. >> some people have suggested, well this is trying to clear the deck for hillary clinton in 2016. >> don't know but i found it interesting that there's this rollout of stories, including susan rice would go on tv and have a direct discussion on this we still have an ongoing investigation in the house intelligence committee. >> do you think that's to protect -- >> i find the timing odd. i don't want to speculate on why they might do it. >> that was mike rogers and not daryl issa. you seem dismissive, but i had a
we know that. we cannot allow that to happen. again, presidents reagan and bill clinton have had some kind of negotiation along the debt ceiling that could deal with policies. at the end of the day, we're not going to let this country to default. >> charlie dent tr pennsylvania, thank you for joining us. thank you very much. >>> a major setback for supporters of gay marriage today. the supreme court ruling marriage licenses for same-sex couples in utah can no longer be issued. the move blocks a recent ruling clearing the way for marriages and could have sweeping national implications for the issue. joining us now to talk about this are analyst jeffrey toobin. what do you make of this decision to temporarily prevent same-sex marriage in utah? >> you're right, there's no question this was a real setback for the same-sex marriage movement. last week gay people could get married in utah. today they can't. it's as simple as that. plus the way the order is phrased, it will probably be at least months before same-sex marriages can resume because the supreme court's order said the tenth circu
challenges going into the second term. bill clinton had some real problems in his second term. question, maybe it tells us more about us and how we cover presidents, that it does about the presidents themselves. if it applies to presidents across the political spectrum, maybe do something about the modern coverage of presidents that predisposes them to problems in a second term. host: where is president obama right now in terms of historically relating to past resident -- presidents? 8, 2005 gallup whole, two months after hurricane katrina, he first registered a 50 -- 43% approval rating with 52% saying they disapproved of his performance. day, hewo years to the declined to 41%. guest: first of all, you have two different situations. in the case of the bush presidency, there was a slow, steady, almost leaking of the air out of a balloon. katrina was a critical moment, but you had a fairly steady loss of support for the iraq war and that was kind of a heavy baggage that the president had to carry. tried a couple of instances of social security reform, and he tried information reform -- i
qaeda, whether it was al qaeda or a holding company or a limited partnership, to quote hillary clinton, what difference does it make? who cares whether it w? >> on fox news sunday, congressman mike rogers and adam shift, a republican and a democrat, both said that they thought "the new york times" reporting was wrong, that based on their investigation and these are the chairman and the ranking chair of the intel committee, i have to imagine they have access to information. they think "the new york times" is wrong. who should the american people believe? >> adam shift, who happens to be in a different party, a former federal prosecutor, both of those men dedicated their lives following the facts wherever they take you without respect of trying to prop up somebody's political career. wherever the facts go, that's where they go. so the fact that they both debalk this "new york times" article, in addition to the people who were on the ground that night, good investigators talk to everybody, not just folks whose testimony may buttress your position, they talk to everybody. the fact that so
seriously conceive of mrs. clinton or mrs. jones or mrs. stewart being indicted for trivial mistake of that kind on a real estate loan application to a bank that knew all about it? it is ridiculous. it does not need to be investigated. >> what do you think about whitewater? >> i wrote a column the other day because i felt that the newspaper business had ignored this most serious, most thorough investigation of a good many of the charges against president and mrs. clinton. hundreds of pages, very detailed, he each charge eachned in a very -- projected resoundingly. fromould not know that watching television or reading the newspapers because the results of the investigation has had one 100th of the publicity of the great charges which turned out to be empty bags of wind. ofthere is a great thing helo picasso, by the time reaches the age of 60, a man has learned everything he needs to learn about life. and it is too late. here i am, i have come all this there has beenve a sea change in my life. i sense there is a difference in the way people appreciate me now. i cannot tell you how gra
" is looking beyond the buzz of hillary clinton as bid no 2016, suggesting that kirsten gillibrand is someone to keep an eye on. she may by the junior senator from new york, but she proved in 2013 she is one to watch in 2014 and beyond. "new york times," "new yorker" "time" all ended 2013 putting the spotlight on kirsten gillibra gillibrand. a mother who often by getting in her colleagues' faces, lately that's been legislation on what had been a taboo subject, sexual assault in the military. >> one common theme in all these profiles is that you are relentless. is that fair? >> i work very hard, and i think you have to work hard. i this when you're fighting for someone who's been raped and reported that rape, he or she was told it's your own fault or told i'm not going to do anything, or told if you report this, your career is over. i have to do something about that. i feel it's my moral obligation to fight for that man or woman in the military. >> reporter: she also fights on the political battlefield, prodding female candidates to run for congress in 2014, then there's the woman she wants to
a look at something going on are hillary clinton. >>> first, joel and nicole's take on liz cheney. >> i think a lot of people more people loved and admire liz cheney than loved and admired liz cheney's campaign. >> a good way to put it. >> it was made difficult by people feeling like she revealed some of the impulses that would make her less than the bush and cheney years. >> you knew her? >> i worked alongside liz and mary cheney for the president and vice president's re-election. this was so shockey to everyone who knew the cheney's because they have always stood together, not just as a family, but as political warriors. so to see liz have to wage a campaign with a divided family front. >> that is hard. >> not as one of her assets but one of her burdenses was dismayed irks dismayed. >> a statement from the cheney campaign and reads the following. under the circumstances i have decided to discontinue my campaign. my children and our futures were the motivation of our campaign and reading that sounds like children's health. >> it sounds like something is wrong and we wish liz and her fa
government is over. president bill clinton. so what exactly does it mean to be a liberal these days? and as an added challenge, can you define it in four words? that's ahead. also, the most prominent editorial board in the country started off the year by asking for some form of clemency for edward snowden. is there any reason to think president obama would want to green leniency to someone who stole countless secret highly cl classified documents? we'll get to that. and president obama, what might he be watching on his flight home? reporters spotted "madmen" dvds on his plane. stick around for that. but, first, barack obama is a social media savvy president. the idea for his january 2011 town hall was pretty simple. went like this. people would submit questions on youtube and the rest of america would get to vote on those questions. what would be asked to the president. but when it came time to answer them, the president didn't end up responding to the most popular questions. he answered what his team described as, quote, a selection of them. and there was a reason for this. the rea
for the first time in 20 years. mayor bill de blasio was sworn in by former president clinton. the new mayor unapologetic about his progressive agenda, signaling changes that could effect the entire country. susan candiotti joins us from new york. hi, susan. >> hi, happy new year. >> reporter: as new york city goes, so goes the country? maybe, maybe not. a lot of liberals and progressive democrats will be watching closely because of de blasio social reform policies work, it may help the party on a national level. new york's pop u lous new mayor got to the ceremony the way millions of new yorkers get to work every day, on the subway. before emerging, even running into his predecessor, former mayor michael bloomberg. signaling reversal of policies that saw business boom under bloomberg, some say at the expense of the abnormal and working class. >> when i said i would take dead aim at the tail of two cities, i meant it. >> reporter: citing liberal leaders of the past century, de blasio promising to even the economic playing field, including taxing those that make more than a half million a year
and the economy. and the "a-team" breaking down the clinton influence in the reshaping of the new york city mayor's office and the implications for 2016 to. all of that and a great deal more straight ahead. today on wall street stocks posted the worst start to a year since 2008, and we all remember 2008. the dow down 1305 points, as and the loss 16, nasdaq down 33. jobless claims unexpectedly fell to 3,309,000, with the previous week was expanded higher. it's complicated. no, it's really pretty simple. the manufacturing sector expanding. driven by a gain in orders. pork prices are expected to rise this year as the nation's hog herd is facing a deadly virus that is reducing the herd. hog and pig inventory down 1%. the first noticeable decline since the virus outbreak occurred. fatal obviously to young pigs. we're coming back with much more. ♪ lou: duck dynasty, and empire and expansion, controversy behind him, a network in full support. it just gets better. and new business and venture. we will tell you all about it next. ♪ she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any other way. but yo
, to quote hillary clinton what difference does it make? who cares whether it was al qaeda proper or a subsidiary? four americans are dead and it wasn't a spontaneous reaction to a video. it was planned. >> yesterday, on "fox news sunday" both congressman mike wrongers and congressman adam schiff a a republican and a democrat said that they thought the "new york times"ing" was wrong, based on their investigation and chairman of the intel committee. i have to imagine they have access to some information. they think the "new york times" is wrong who should the american people believe in all of this? >> well, i will tell you who they should believe. they should believe mike rogers who is an former fbi agent and schiff. former federal prosecutor. both of those men dedicated their lives to following the facts wherever they take you without respect to trying to prop up anybody's political career. without respect to trying to damage anyone. wherever the facts go, that's where they go. the fact that adam and mike rogers both debunk this "new york times" article in addition to the people w
clinton and the rest of the 2016 field veer to the left. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm john berman, wolf blitzer is off today, hopefully somewhere warm. we begin with the first major snowstorm of the season. it is going to have a huge impact on about 100 million people, including all those holiday travelers. watches, warnings posted in 19 states from indiana all the way up to maine. with the storm reaching the east coast tonight, it's going slam head-on into another storm system, creating a powerful nor'easter with heavy snow, high winds, subzero windchills. we are tracking this storm from the cnn weather center. we have correspondents in all affected regions. i want to start with ted rowlands, outside chicago. this hit the midwest first, hundreds of flights grounded there. how bad are the travel conditions right now? >> reporter: well, they're horrible on the roads, as you can imagine. snowing steadily basically since new year's eve day for 2 1/2 days straight, trying to keep roads clear near impossible. they're pulling it off. mother nature putting it back in. th
bill clinton and former secretary of state hillary clinton attended the event. new yorkers face fiscal collapse in the crime epidemic. attacks and natural disasters but now. in our time. his face. the debt crisis. callie crisis. lousy end of the disparities of rain to man race worsened during the twelve years. bloomberg held the office. he pledged to build housing for low income earners in the implemented tax hike on the wealthy and he said hill reform the controversial police tactic of stop and frisk that critics say it leads to racial profiling analysts say new york is more secure than it has been eight years the number of murders has declined to one fifth over the last two decades. people are focusing on how near the blahs his policies will affect the economy. people in the us state of colorado have been lining up to be among the first to buy a newly legal products. they're purchasing marijuana and stores for recreational use the state is the first innovation to allow the sales lies and jobs began selling pot on new year's day. scores of customers waited in lines and bought packets
for hillary clinton, he swept into office last november with over 70% of the vote. the electorate is hungry for change after 12 years of alien mayor michael bloomberg. bill clinton stressed the mixed- race family struck a chord. represents, with his family, the future of our city and the future of our country. i got a big kick out of new yorkers falling in love with the family. doi, bill de blasio, solemnly swear. tackle thesed to growing chasm between rich and poor. one and five -- one in five new yorkers live below the poverty line. will take dead aim at the tale of two cities. i meant it. we will do it. democrats's agenda -- the includess agenda tackling the race problems. a reminder of the headlines. south sudan peace talks are expected to begin shortly but fighting continues on the ground. government and rebels sent representatives to ethiopia to find a solution to the crisis. sharon is in critical condition. his vital organs are failing. the middleis back in east to advance peace talks between israel and the palestinian leadership. it is his 10th visit to the region. analysis on today
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city's 109th mayor. a ceremony will take place at noon where former president bill clinton will swear in the mayor. here was his first message as mayor. >> i want to say to all of you how grateful we are on the beginning of our family together, reaching out to the people of the city to make a change that we all needed. i want to thank you for having brought us to this moment. >> a lot of people will watch what happens in new york in 2014. let's talk about who are the most interesting to watch. it may be two years until the iowa caucus, but last year the jockeying kicked into high gear and no moves will be more closely scrutinized than hillary clinton's. issue number one, a 1.3 million americans who lot of unemployment insurance on saturday. on tuesday she weighed in tweeting years ago i was proud to work on bipartisan efforts to save unemployment insurance. let's do it again quickly in this new year. >> reporter of politico and nbc political editor. kudos to you for coming out this morning. you guys look good and solid. a late night for you. let's get down to business with hillary. i
hillary clinton, now thinking about running for president. >> find the timing odd. i don't want to speculate on why they might do it. but i can tell you the information that is being presented is not accurate in its portrayal. >> and jon karl is with us now, traveling with the president there as the first family spends the holiday in hawaii. jon, benghazi will likely play a big role in the next election, particularly if hillary clinton runs. so, how about this new poll making headlines this weekend, if it's hillary clinton up against chris christie? >> reporter: that's right. hillary clinton leading all potential republican candidates, except for chris christie. and the interesting thing about that, david, is that christie almost never talks about benghazi. he virtually never mentions it. something, i imagine, would change, if that poll remains the same and he becomes the leading republican candidate. >> all right, back to the beach tonight. jon karl with the president there in hawaii. jon, thank you. >>> and we turn overseas tonight, and to a difficult headline. one of the most
to see whether i get the kind of applause that clinton got at the '88 convention. [laughter] after 50 minutes he used those words and the place erupted not just in applause but in celebration. [laughter] but i digress. [laughter] about the book. the book is several thick. the first thing, because it does span my career as a journalist going all the way back to as, jim said, 1981. i started on the day that ronald reagan was sworn in to the presidency. it's a chronicle of the last three decades. and those three decades are historically a time of enormous as if nation. ..
is not facing another election. are there going to be implications for hillary clinton and for the midterms? i think there's still a big question about how this works with voters. >> essentially condoning law breaking. >> and there are a lot of people who say that the "new york times" is doing whatever it can to protect hillary clinton in all of this and her different roles in this. >> there is still a big question mark about how voters understand the issue and who will benefit. >> there is a line between whistle blowing and law breaking and they're drug that line. >> let me get a break here. speaking of that, send me a tweet during this hour. we'll put. >> of them up on the screen. >>> when we come back, robin roberts thanks her long-time girl friend. is it still big news when a network anchor comes out? [ male announcer ] meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplace
but outside hillary clinton backers are coalescing around her bid. maggie habram describes a campaign in waiting. on one side a dozen clinton staffers and loyalists. on the other, super pacs and outside groups positioning for clinton's blessing. there was growing concern over the emerge gents of help from the -- at clinton's direction the groups have begun to make a little bit of peace. now priorities u.s.a. which backed president obama will handle megadonors. they'll focus on an e-mail database. >>> we want to know without you googling it your best explanation for this fact. #waytooearly. put your answers on the show. >>> wall street kicking off its first full week of the new year with december's jobs report due out this coming friday. they close the out last week. the dow the only one in the green about 28 points. let's go to cnbc with jeff cutmore. happy new year, my friend. >> good morning to you. just away from the markets, you're going to pinch yourself and ask is it really 2014? because it still feels like 2013 when you look at the banks, ryan. jpmorgan yet again in talks with
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